The nose is one area that tends to get really oily. And this is worse if you use makeup. By the middle of the day, the makeup can slide off the nose due to excessive oil accumulated there. So we'll tell you how to reduce oiliness on the nose using makeup.
This gets even more disgusting if you wear glasses or sunglasses. So, is it possible to make sure your makeup stays on all day long even with an oily nose?
Most of us suffer from an oily T-zone area. To ensure that the makeup does not start melting or sliding off from there, it is really important to follow certain specific steps. These makeup tricks which we have listed below would help you a lot better in managing the problem.
So, here are some steps to ensure that your nose remains oil free and the makeup does not melt away as the day goes on.
Wash your face with a cleanser meant for oily skin before you start to do any makeup. You may scrub the nose area if needed.
Yes, even if you have oily skin, it is really important to use a moisturiser. Let the moisturiser get absorbed into your skin before you put any makeup on.
It is best to use an eyeshadow primer on the nose because it is a lot stronger than the regular primers. If you don't have an eyeshadow primer, a regular primer should work just fine. Use an extra coat of it in the nose area.
Go ahead with the rest of your makeup after this. You should try to stick to a matte-based makeup in such cases, as a matte makeup does not tend to get oily or greasy too soon.
Apply a LOT of setting powder or translucent powder on the T-zone area to make sure that it does not get slick or oily during the day. And that's it. That is how simple it is to reduce oil buildup on the nose using makeup!